Con Ed Climate Study Projects Impacts December 30 2019, 0 Comments

EIN Newsdesk reported on the Con Edison climate resiliency plan released on December 20th. The report predicted extreme heat, coastal storm surges, inland flooding, and more violent storms as the major climate-driven impacts to Con Edison.

To protect its electric, gas and steam delivery systems and customers from the impacts of climate change, it will need to invest between $1.8 billion and $5.2 billion by 2050.

Thanks to Green Energy Times (2019 12 21) for alerting us to this item.